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The disruptions of COVID and the shift to online learning have kicked many emerging education trends into a higher gear. One of those trends is blended learning.
Leaders in Garland ISD in the Dallas suburbs were grateful to have telehealth in place when other providers shut down during the initial COVID outbreak in March 2020.
Cloud computing offers significant advantages to education but what do administrators need to know before moving forward?
Students in Harlingen Consolidated ISD collaboratee in Zoom breakout rooms that allow the kids who are in-person to work with those who are still at home.
Educators looking for interdisciplinary learning activities that cover STEAM, career preparation and social-emotional learning can use stimulus funding on interactive ed-tech.
From mobile hotspots to building their own broadband networks, here's how district leaders can ensure students are connected post-COVID.
Many parents and teachers believe in online learning's future but persistent cybersecurity threats raise student privacy and equity concerns, a new survey has found.
Girls are building the communities of the future on Minecraft in a new after-school program designed by a group of tech heavyweights to increase diversity in STEM.
UV-C ultraviolet technology that disinfects hospitals has now become more affordable—and eligible for stimulus funds—as leaders bring more students back to school.
After a year of experience with new technology, we're in a much better position to make informed decisions about what is needed next.
Steps students and schools can take to secure student data, which is very attractive to cybercriminals because it often contains unblemished credit reports and perfect Social Security numbers.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center amends its enrollment figures and they still aren't positive.